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7th Russia-Japan-USA-Europe Symposium
on Fundamental & Applied Problems
of Terahertz Devices & Technologies
&
4th TERAMIR International Laboratory Workshop

September 17-21, 2018
Warsaw, Poland

    TeraMIR2 

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Call for papers

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3rd call for papers

Scope

The symposium aims to bring together researchers who tackle “Fundamental & Applied Problems in Terahertz Devices & Technologies”, so as to stimulate discussions on the state-of-the-art results and promote the collaborations.

Based on the successful organizations of preceding RJUSE symposia in Japan, Russia, andUSA, the 7th RJUSE will be organized in Warsaw, Poland, on Sep.17–21, 2018.The symposium will be conducted together with 4th workshop of International Laboratory - TERAMIR. ThisFrench-Russian-Polish laboratory focuses on THz and infrared properties of topological insulators and Dirac matter.
The technical program will include plenary, invited and contributed talks as well as poster presentations.

Topics:

THz physics: Carrier transport & quantum effects in devices, Nonequilibrium carrier dynamics, 2D materials & their heterostructures, Terahertz properties of Dirac matter.
THz devices & electronic/optical components: Sub-THz/THz transistors, mixers, etc., Metamaterials, photonic crystals, Surface-plasmon-polaritons, Electronic/photonic/plasmonic devices, Nonlinear optics based devices, Superconductors, bolometers, etc.
THz applications: Wireless communications, Imaging Spectroscopy, Astronomy

Important dates

Abstract submission: by June 30, 2018
Author acceptance notification: July 15, 2018
„Early-bird” registration: by August 15, 2018
Symposium dates: Sep. 17– 21, 2018

Registration open !
Registration follows by sending a „Registration form” (http://pirbinstytut.pl/index.php/registration) to an e-mail address lia@unipress.waw.pl and paying the conference fee by bank transfer or credit card:

  • regular by August 15th - 1300 PLN
    student by August 15th - 750 PLN
  • regular after August 15th - 1650 PLN
    student after August 15th - 1000 PLN
  • regular on-site (cash only) - 1650 PLN
    student on-site (cash only) - 1000 PLN

Abstract submission
Abstract submission follows by sending to an e-mail address lia@unipress.waw.pl in form specified in abstract template (.doc): http://pirbinstytut.pl/index.php/abstract-submission
Abstracts will be published in conference booklet and will be available in pdf form in flash USB memory.
Because of plenty of interesting invited talks the sent abstractr will be presented in during the poster sessions.

Organizers:

Wojciech KNAP
(CNRS Montpellier, France & IHPP PAS Unipress, Poland)
Jerzy ŁUSAKOWSKI
(Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland)

Symposium Chair:

Wojciech Knap
(CNRS Montpellier, France & IHPP PAS Unipress, Poland)
Jerzy Łusakowski
(Faculty of Physics, Uniwersity of Warsaw, Poland)
Taiichi Otsuji
(Tohoku Univ., Japan)

Organizing Committee:
Jacek Przybytek, Grzegorz Cywiński, Dmytro But

Secretary:
Elżbieta Krajewska (Polski Instytut Rozwoju Biznesu)

Steering Committee:
Valeriy Karasik (Bauman Moscow State Technical Univ., Russia)
Akira Satou (Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University)
Taiichi Otsuji (Tohoku Univ., Japan)
Maxim Ryzhii (The University of Aizu, Japan)
Victor Ryzhii (Tohoku Univ., Japan)
Vladimir V. Mitin (Univ. Buffalo, USA)
Michael S. Shur (Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., USA)
Sergei Shapoval (IMTHPM, RAS, Russia)
Hans Hartnagel (Technical Univ. Darmstadt, Germany)
Wojciech Knap (CNRS Montpellier, France, IHPP PAS Unipress, Poland)

Sponsors
Polish Academy of Sciences (PAS)
Institute of High Pressure Physics PAS
CEZAMAT (Centre for Advanced Materials and Technologies, Warsaw University of Technology)
ORTEH LLC, Poland
T-Waves Technologies, France
TOPTICA Photonics, Germany
Virginia Diodes, Inc, USA

Invited talks:

Session Tue-1

THz Spectroscopy

Kawase

Multiwavelength THz source for one-pulse spectroscopy

Krotkus

THz excitation spectroscopy - a method for investigating semiconductor band structure

Chernomyrdin

Terahertz pulsed spectroscopy and continuous-wave imaging of soft biological tissues

Session Tue-2

Dirac Matter and Graphene Heterostructures

Ganichev

Terahertz edge photocurrents in graphene in the quantum Hall regime

Orlita

Magneto-optics of electrons in conical bands

Kachorovskii

Tunneling Aharonov-Bohm interferometer on helical edge states

Khokhlov

Terahertz photoconductivity in HgCdTe-based heterostructures in magnetic field

Potemski

Excitons in mono- and multi-layers of transition metal dichalcogenides

Session Tue-3

Industrial Session

Hessler

THz Schottky Diode Based Transceivers : From Test & Measurement to Cube Satellites

Deninger

Terahertz on Speed: Fast TD-THz Techniques and their Applications

Archier

Terahertz camera for automotive industry

Sypek

THz diffractive optics

Session Wed-1

IR & THz Devices

Rogalski

Antimonide-based infrared detectors - A new perspective

Qin

Terahertz Detectors based on Gallium Nitride HEMTs: from direct detection to heterodyne detection

Feiginov

THz sources small and simple: resonant-tunneling-diode oscillators

M. Ryzhii

Quantum-well HgTe-CdHgTe heterostructures for interband THz and IR detection

Session Wed-2

THz  communications and sensing

Nagatsuma

Exploring 600-GHz band for communications and sensing

Satou

Carrier Frequency Down-Conversion from Optical to MMW/THz Data Signal Using InP-HEMT

Vaks

Application of quantum cascade lasers and superlattice devices for  high resolution THz spectroscopy

Session Wed-3

 THz Electronic Detectors and Sources

Aizin

Slow Plasma Waves for THz Electronic Detectors and Sources

Vainshtein

Interferometrically enhanced contrast of sub-terahertz picosecond-domain histology, utilizing a miniature collapsing-field-domain source

Tredicucci

TBA

Session Thu-1

THz Photonics & Metamaterials

Vasanelli

Cooperative phenomena and ultra-strong light-matter coupling for tailored thermal emission

Valusis

Silicon diffractive optics for THz beam manipulation and applications for THz imaging

Dolganova

Terahertz Scattering in Quasi-Ordered Structures:
Impact on Imaging Applications

Session Thu-2

THz Photodetectors & Bolometers I

Preu

20 ps temporal resolution of THz pulses recorded with (Al)GaAs high electron mobility transistors

Goltsman

State of the art of THz hot-electrons bolometers

ElFatimy

Graphen ultrasensitive wideband bolometers

Otani

Modification of intermolecular structures of soft materials by intense THz radiation

Session Thu-3

Dirac Matter II

S. Mikhailov

Nonlinear terahertz electrodynamics of graphene

Krishtopenko

TBA

Teppe

Landau level spectroscopy of HgCdTe and InAs/GaSb based topological materials

Gavrilenko

THz stimulated emission from HgTe QWs

N. Mikhailov

MCT heterostructures grown by MBE for IR and THz detectors

Session Fri-1

Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes for THz Devices

Kawano

Carbon nanotube omnidirectional terahertz cameras

Fedorov

THz investigations of carbon structures

Meziani

Terahertz detection by Graphene multifinger Field Effect Transistors

Svintsov

Origins of terahertz photoresponse in high-mobility graphene heterostructures

Session Fri-2

THz Plasmonic Devices

Popov

Plasmonic photocurrents in graphene nanostructures

Golub

Ratchet effects in structures with lateral superlaticces

Otsuji

Emission and amplification of terahertz radiation using Dirac Fermions and plasmons in graphene

Session Fri-3

THz Photodetectors & Bolometers II

Shapoval

Periphery optical matching for the sensitive element of THz detector

Ponomarev

Terahertz photoconductive materials with plasmonic gratings: modeling and experiment

Kopyt

Measurements of the responsivity of FET-based detectors of sub-THz radiation

Zagrajek

Terahertz activity in Warsaw: detectors, spectroscopy, imaging

Sponsors
Polish Academy of Sciences (PAS)
Institute of High Pressure Physics PAS
CEZAMAT (Centre for Advanced Materials and Technologies, Warsaw University of Technology)

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